Reading Comprehension Passages: Nonfiction Habitats

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2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Common Core Standards
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This 58-page pack includes informational texts about the ecosystem, food chains, food webs, environmental and man-made changes to our environment, why and how we should protect our environment, biotic and abiotic factors within ecosystems, biomes. and two types of plants and animals found in each.

This Common Core aligned product is a great way for your students to work on understanding nonfiction text, rather than just following along with it. You can use these passages as whole group, partners/small group, or independent work. Each section of text are paired with graphic organizers, response, summarize, and/or comprehension activities. It will aid your students in improving their understanding of nonfiction by answering questions that involve main idea, compare and contrast, finding facts, and inferring vocabulary.

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Total Pages
59
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Reading Comprehension Passages: Nonfiction Habitats
Reading Comprehension Passages: Nonfiction Habitats
Reading Comprehension Passages: Nonfiction Habitats
Reading Comprehension Passages: Nonfiction Habitats